[CentOS] How to mount a remote file system to another linux box

Indunil Jayasooriya indunil75 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 07:54:42 UTC 2007


> I have never used NSF. I think it may be someting easy.>

> > below is the location of graphs (these graphs are on my firewall - ip is
> > 192.168.101.254 ) i want to export it to webserver @ 192.168.101.35
> >
> > /opt/polltc/polltc-1.05/eth1-1-tc.png
> > /opt/polltc/polltc-1.05/eth1-24-tc.png
> >
> > can U help me for the above.
>
> As you wish ;)
> On the server (firewall in your case) edit /etc/exports and add:
> /opt/polltc/polltc-1.05/        192.168.101.35(ro)

 YES, I did it.

(ro) will prevent NFS clients from writing to that location at server level




On the client (webserver) simply add similar line to /etc/fstab
> 192.168.101.254:/opt/polltc/polltc-1.05/ /graphs nfs defaults 0 0


YES, I did it.

/graphs must exist on clinet machine. Then point youd httpd to /graphs.


YES, I created it  as below

[root at host ~]# mkdir /graphs

Now, The question is how to mount it. Do i need to reboot both machines?

Or without rebooting, How to get it worked.



-- 
Thank you
Indunil Jayasooriya
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